Gordon R. Hennigar

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A 30-month-old girl exhibited the 19th known case of type IV glycogenosis. Extensive involvement of the nervous system was found at autopsy. This represents only the second patient in whom the fine structure of the CNS and skeletal muscle has been described. We have also identified the abnormal polysaccharide in peripheral nerve, a finding that, to our(More)
Granulomatous hepatitis is a generic histopathologic diagnosis seen in approximately 5 to 10% of liver biopsy specimens. In the past, tuberculosis and sarcoidosis have been most frequently incriminated, although numerous other infectious and noninfectious etiologies have been reported. We have studied 95 cases of granulomatous hepatitis representing 6% of(More)